If you are visiting for your first time and looking for membership information see the article on membership further down this page. You can also download a membership application here:  Membership Application

New Rifle Rests
The club purchased two sight-blocs which are to be
left inside the enclosed firing line. The sight-blocs are 
used in place of sandbags or other rifle rests while
shooting. They are made from an indestructible rubber
composite. Please do not remove them from the building. 

CCRKBA Blasts Buffalo PD Gun Grab 
​November 17, 2014

BELLEVUE, WA - The Citizens Committee for the Right to Keep and Bear Arms today said the announcement by Buffalo, N.Y. police that they will begin confiscating guns registered to recently deceased citizens "is not simply cold-hearted, it is ghoulish."

 CCRKBA Chairman Alan Gottlieb said a report on Fox News affirmed something that gun rights advocates have contended for years: "Gun registration leads to confiscation."

 "The idea that police would peruse the obituaries and compare the names of recently deceased persons with their pistol permit records, and then send officers to take those guns while a family is still grieving their loss is simply unconscionable," Gottlieb said. "This is tantamount to dancing on someone's grave and it amounts to taking property without due process or probable cause."

 At a press conference several days ago, Buffalo Police Commissioner Daniel Derrenda announced that his agency will dispatch officers to "collect guns that belong to pistol permit holders who had died so they don't end up in the wrong hands," Fox News reported. Under the law, when a permit holder passes, his or her estate has only 15 days to either dispose of the firearms or surrender them to authorities, who may hold onto them for as long as two years.

 "This is the kind of behavior one might expect in a police state, but not the United States," Gottlieb observed. "But it proves that the anti-gun mindset knows no boundaries. From now on, no gun control zealot will be able to dismiss and ridicule the concerns of law-abiding firearms owners that there is no reason to fear gun registration, no matter what form it takes. This explains why gun owners are opposed to registration and other forms of record-keeping and permit laws.

 "What's worse," he added, "is that this effort could forever drive a wedge between police and honest citizens whose only crime is that they exercised their Second Amendment rights.

 "The final insult," Gottlieb concluded, "is that 16 days after someone dies, his or her survivors could become criminals simply because they didn't report a firearm, or maybe didn't even know it existed. This is the most disgusting and disrespectful thing that someone could do to people who have just suffered the heartbreaking loss of a loved one. Derrenda should be ashamed."

 Copyright © 2014 Citizens Committee for the Right to Keep and Bear Arms, All Rights Reserved. 

Credit for this article given to The Shooting Wire - See more at: http://www.shootingwire.com/story/333386#sthash.2Jy1WVlm.dpuf

Thank you
The Dickinson Press has donated several thousand paper targets for us to use at the range. Club member and Dickinson Press Pressroom Manager, Clayton Goyne spearheaded the printing and donated his time and talent to getting them done. Many thanks to Clayton and The Dickinson Press.

Membership - All Dues Are Due In February
The Slope Area Rifle & Pistol Club is comprised of shooting enthusiasts from  around the Slope Area. Any individual may become a member of this organization by vote of the executive committee.

Applicants must submit a completed membership application and the appropriate membership fee at a regular club meeting.

The object of this organization shall be the encouragement of organized rifle & pistol shooting with a view toward a better knowledge of safe handling and proper care of firearms, as well as marksmanship.

The Club has it's own 12 acre private range located North of Dickinson, ND.  With safety berms out to 300 yards, the range can accomodate various shooting preferences. Membership is required in order to use the range.

Members of this club are strongly encouraged to be members of the National Rifle Association. 

Memberships dues are due February 1st of each year.
Single membership - $40.00
Family membership - $50.00
Junior membership - $15.00

Monthly Meetings are held at 7:30 PM the 1st Thursday of the month at the Eagles Club located at 31 1st Avenue East, Dickinson, ND.

SARPC Officers
The following individuals were elected to office during our annual meeting on February 7, 2014.
President: Dan Brown
Vice President: Lincoln Holz
Secretary Treasurer: Alanna Tomjack
Directors: Harlen Heinle  (1 year), Nathan Hibbs ( 2 years),
and Dave Logosz. ( 3 years)

Concealed Weapons Classes
Dan Brown will be teaching a ND Concealed Weapon Class on Nov. 22 at 8am at the Killdeer American Legion. To participate call Dan at 701-290-6046.

For information on future class dates, requirements and cost, contact these private instructors: Dan Brown 701-290-6046 or Terry Oestreich 701-290-0569.

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Slope Area
Rifle & Pistol Club
PO Box 493 
Dickinson, ND 58602-0493
contact by email:
Dan Brown 

All membership dues are due February 1, 2013
Single membership - $40.00
Family membership - $50.00
Junior membership - $15.00

Dan Brown - 701-290-6046

Vice President
Lincoln Holz - 701-483-0851

Alanna Tomjack 701-690-9149

Harlen Heinle - 701-225-9227
Nathan Hibbs - 715-554-0735
Dave Logosz - 701-225-9461


SARPC Membership Application

SARPC Range Map

Join now and save!
Here's your chance to join the NRA or renew your membership at a discount plus help out the Slope Area Rifle & Pistol Club!

Under a special Recruiting program, membership in the NRA is discounted by $10.00 to just $25.00 per year!  By joining or renewing through the Club, SARPC receives $10.00 back from the NRA! 

Simply complete the special "recruiter" application and send it in.  This is a WIN-WIN program - You get all the benefits the NRA has to offer for just $25.00, and the club gets $10 to add to its treasury!

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Well said... 
Read Lawrence Hunter's Op/Ed in the 12/28/12 issue of Forbes Magazine. 
Gun Control Tramples On The Certain Virtues Of A Heavily Armed Citizenry